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National Black Farmers Association chief John Boyd says a New York Times piece unfairly portrays the Pigford discrimination settlement as fraudulent.
Black farmers have still not been paid $1.2 billion in settlement money for decades of discrimination against them by federal agriculture officials.
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More than 300 people rallied at a Memphis Church to show their disapproval against a proposed $1.2 billion settlement over discrimination toward Black farmers.
After over a decade of advocacy, a judge has approved the final, $1.25 billion settlement awarded to Black farmers who alleged discrimination by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Black farmers who won their lawsuit against the USDA for discrimination now await final approval of a $1.25 billion settlement.
Speaking from the campaign trail, Rep. Michele Bachmann said the Black farmers settlement is inefficient and fraudulent.
Rep. Steve King's effort to defund the Pigford II Black farmers settlement failed in the House and he wants to launch an investigation into what he says are fraudulent claims. Black lawmakers say that will not happen on their watch.